|November 26, 2013|
|7 Considerations to Make When Choosing the Right Image for Your Landing Page|
|By Jenny DeGraff|
| Using well-selected images have proved to boost conversion rates since the dawn of the internet, but are also an easily forgotten or overlooked element. Including a well-selected image with your offering is almost always a good idea and needs to be given the attention it deserves.
Photos used in a landing page should not be used just for decoration or to fill whitespace. Images should only be used with a purpose: to enhance your design by drawing attention or providing context. Here are 7 considerations to keep in mind as you’re selecting images for your landing pages.
Drawing attention [...]
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